George Campbell is a Top Prospect for the Florida Gators and Clemson Tigers

By Dave Daniels
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Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

George Campbell could be one of the best athletes to come out of the 2015 college football recruiting class, and it still remains to be seen what position he will play at the next level. The Florida Gators and the Clemson Tigers do not mind what position he will play though, because he has exceled at multiple ones at the high school level. As a receiver, he recorded 1,500 yards in the last two years to go along with 12 touchdowns.

Both teams could certainly use that type of receiver, but it still is not in stone what position he truly wants to play in college. He could excel at any of the three he played last season, and he could probably expand even more if asked to. He has impressed as a wide receiver at East Lake High School (Tarpon Springs, FL), but he has also dominated at defensive end and safety.

His frame (6-foot-3, 185 pounds) is impressive and should only improve with age; he also has blazing speed with a recorded 4.37 40-yard dash. That most definitely puts him in great company to play either receiver or defensive back, but you also never know what spot a player might be most passionate about attacking. Thankfully, the college football world is pretty flexible about fitting in athletes to any position, so you can bet that Campbell will end up in a power conference at the end of the day.

There are a lot of schools still in the running for the former Michigan Wolverines commit, but it looks like he might end up in the ACC. Can you say Sammy Watkins 2.0?

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